Shop Attendant Stakes Ghc7,000 Online Betting With The Money Of His Company
By Asaliwe | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 6 views
wahala come . A man who is said to be 23years old at a fan milk deport company located at Ashaiman, arraigned before court for gambling with a company's fund .
Saddick Amoah ,the accused is reported to have spent a total amount of GHC7,000.00 from sales her made from the company in online betting with the courage and hope that her will win and deduct his profit and replace back the money be took from the company .
According to the deport manager Mrs.Thelma Bortey she detected that the said or above mentioned amount was missing and could not be accounted to report Mr.Amoah to the police station investigations into the missing money .
The accused said I was sure with the game be played so his plans was to stake big and win big so that be can return the company's fund.
But to his disappointment be lost the game and all the money went in vein without getting a pessewas from it .
I'm asking oo so what came upon this young man to take this kind of risk .
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